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and the end of it, last question, donald trump after this election cycle, knowing the country is in deep financial trouble, is it in the back of your mind, you have i've got to think about 2016 and maybe make a run for office. >> i love what i'm doing, i love it the most. i'm so disappointed with what's going on in the country and with our politicians and our republican politicians. i'm so disappointed at the opportunities they missed so we'll just have to see. it's a long time. we have a president, we have to support the president, that's the way the country works, but i am so disappointed at what's happening in washington. so, we'll see what happens. >> sean: mr. trump, always a pleasure, good to see you. and that's all the time we have left this evening. let not your heart be troubled, the news continues, greta is next and see you back here tomorrow night. greta. >> greta: tonight, well, get ready for a fight, a bloody one. republicans already ripping apart president obama's pick for treasury secretary. senator jeff sessions says nominee jack lew must never be secretary of the treasur
added $13 trillion to the debt. remember, this is after 2010 when the republican house was elected and hopefully, we were in a point to make some fundamental changes in spending in america and they came out with a budget that did just the opposite. and he told the american people what they wanted to hear. but it wasn't the truth. >> greta: all right. just to zero in, there is a big difference between being mistaken or i mean, having a different viewpoint and trying to be deceitful and a lie. that's very different. where does he fall in the spectrum, in your opinion? >> i gave him a chance at the hearing -- he had already said the statements publicly. i quoted them back to him. he said it was accurate. he defended those statements, although i will acknowledge that secretary geithner who followed him would not say so. he knew that wasn't accurate. he acknowledged that the president's budget didn't put us on a sustainable path, but not mr. lew. he continued to spin and repeat those statemented and the president was running ads on it in september right before the election, saying the s
's usually not a decision, who is elected, often funeral director, is the one who makes the decision as to manner of death. so, the manner of death-- >> well, wouldn't you speak up? wouldn't you speak up? if a nonprofessional person, an elected official, you know, overrides your medical professional judgment a homicide, to decide like for forever reason this is an accident, wouldn't you speak up? >> absolutely, greta. however, the problem is the coroner hires a pathologist to do the autopsy. the pathologist does the autopsy, says whatever he thinks is appropriate and leaves and then the death certificate is issued by the coroner and the manner of death is issued. well, the pathologist is far away. that happened in the peterson thing, also, remember? there was an issue with the coroner issuing the cause of death rather than the forensic pathologist. >> greta: let me go-- the first death, the car accident, 25 mile per hours about 1999. how did she die? >> the -- that's what the trial was about now, the second death, betty jean. >> greta: the first one though, the car accident. >> the c
it would be a very interesting fight. the president is clearly coming off this election is going to push everything he can to the edge. he has no interest in negotiating. he wants to push the country as far as he can. sooner or later, the house republicans have to decide that they're going to cheerfully draw lines in the sand and the constitution gives them the power, the greatest power of the congress is the power of the purse and all they have to say is you have no money to do this. >> greta: with three co-equal branches of government, that's a given. i'm curious when can a president use an executive order and when can't he? is there a line of demarcation. >> the executive order comes to execute the law. so as long as it's -- basically the congress passes a law. the president wants to execute that law, so he issues an order saying, we're going to do the following things, but what he can't do is write a new law. >> let's take the example of gun control. if he issues an executive order where he has an idea in his mind about what gun control should be, can he issue executive order? is tha
, this was after 2010 when the republican house was elected and hopefully we were at a point to make some fundamental changes in spending in america, and they came out with a budget that did just the opposite and he told the american people what they wanted to hear, but it wasn't the truth. >> greta: all right. and just so i'm zero in on and not going to beat a dead horse. there's a big difference between being mistaken or a different viewpoint and trying to be deceitful and a lie, because that's a very different -- where does he fall in this spectrum in your opinion? >> well, i gave him a chance in the hearing. he made the statements publicly and i quoted them back and he said it was accurate, he defended those statements although i will acknowledge secretary geithner who followed him before the committee would not say so. he knew that wasn't accurate. he acknowledged that the president's budget did not put us on sustainable path, but not mr. lew, he continued to spin and repeat those misstatements and indeed the president was running ads on it in september right before the election sayi
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